Red Moon Architect’s Playlist

Red Moon Architect
Photo by Esa Rosqvist.

Red Moon Architect is an excellent doom metal band from Finland, who I recently had the pleasure of catching live supporting Moonsorrow in Kuopio. The band recently created a Spotify playlist of their own favourite music (check it out here), so what better excuse than to get them involved with a playlist feature on Soundscape as well? Get involved and listen either below, or on our last.fm page here.

A Song That Influenced Them
Shape Of Despair – Quiet These Paintings Are. This song got me into doom metal and made me look music from a totally different angle. It’s just a great song.

A Song They Wished They Could Have Written
Symphony X – The Odyssey. The word “epic” is a bit overused but it totally suits it here.

Their favourite Red Moon Architect Song
I could say that my favourite one is still in writing process, but Black Butterflies is one of my favourites and I would love to play it live again.

A Song They Have Recently Been Listening To A Lot
Stormlord – Dance Of Hecate. This and many other songs can be found in our Spotify playlist. Classic song from the past.

Their All-Time Favourite Song
If I have to name only one, it has to be Linkin Park – In The End. One of the first albums I got. I still listen it from time to time. Its production also holds up against records made today. Pure gold!

About Natalie Humphries 1780 Articles
Soundscape's editor, who is particularly fond of doom, black metal and folk (but will give anything a chance). Likes to travel to see bands abroad when she can. Contact: nathumphries@soundscapemagazine.com or @acidnat on twitter.

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